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CORONAVIRUS: WORLDWIDE INFECTED CASES EXCEED ONE MILLION; MORE THAN 51000 PEOPLE DIED

The entire world is traumatized by the coronavirus havoc. The number of deaths from this virus is increasing continuously. The US has agreed to buy ventilators, medical supplies, and other essential items for personal protection from Russia to treat patients with coronavirus. In the US, the number of patients infected with ...

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Trump tests negative again for COVID-19, says White House

  Washington:US President Donald Trump tested negative again for the coronavirus, White House spokesperson Stephanie Grisham said in a statement. “This morning, the President was tested again for Covid-19, utilizing a new rapid point-of-care test capability. He is healthy and without symptoms,” White House physician Sean Conley said in a ...

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China To Observe April 4 As Mourning Day For Coronavirus Victims

Beijing:China will observe a national day of mourning on Saturday for martyrs, including the “whistleblower” doctor Li Wenliang, who sacrificed their lives in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak and the over 3,300 people who died of the COVID-19 in the country. During the commemoration, national flags will fly at ...

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NASA Conducts Successful Cruise Stage Testing Of Mars Rover Perseverance: Know More

New Delhi:NASA’s Mars rover ‘Perseverance’ has received a significant boost following the completion of important testing at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. According to NASA, activities to measure mass properties of the Cruise Stage vehicle were performed successfully. Moreover, NASA’s Mars Helicopter, which will be attached to Perseverance, was ...

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US Is At A ‘Very Critical’ Phase In Its Fight Against COVID-19: President Donald Trump

Washington:The US is at a “very critical” phase in its fight against COVID-19, President Donald Trump has said, advising Americans to stay indoors and practise social distancing for the next four weeks to win the war against the rapidly-spreading coronavirus pandemic. More than 305 million out of the total 330 ...

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